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Metro Vacouver woman wins half-million prize to help family start anew

Metro Vacouver woman wins half-million prize to help family start anew

A Metro Vancouver woman was holding back tears inside a Delta store after she won $500,000 playing Daily Grand.
Vancouver Island real estate searches see major uptick

Vancouver Island real estate searches see major uptick

While interest and prices may be rising, one of the most notable trends taking place on Vancouver Island is the limited supply of housing.

B.C. man faces charges related to 2020 fire in Prince George that killed three

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Charges have been laid in connection with a fire that killed three people at a motel in Prince George, B.C.
Protest undermines B.C. healing ceremony for Indigenous woman, family seeks refocus

Protest undermines B.C. healing ceremony for Indigenous woman, family seeks refocus

VICTORIA — Family of a Vancouver Island Indigenous woman killed during a police wellness check in New Brunswick says the effort to seek justice has been overshadowed by a weekend attack on Victoria's police chief.
RCMP investigating after woman's body found near Kelowna highway

RCMP investigating after woman's body found near Kelowna highway

KELOWNA, B.C. — Mounties in Kelowna, B.C., say they're investigating after discovering a woman's body on a highway on Sunday morning. RCMP say officers were called to the intersection of Highway 33W and Nickel Road at 7 a.m.
Five arrested after liquid poured on B.C. police chief at memorial for Chantel Moore

Five arrested after liquid poured on B.C. police chief at memorial for Chantel Moore

VICTORIA — Five people were arrested after the chief of the Victoria Police Department had liquid poured on him while attending a ceremony for an Indigenous woman killed during a wellness check.
B.C. school district to lock doors during class after COVID-19 protests

B.C. school district to lock doors during class after COVID-19 protests

SALMON ARM, B.C. — A British Columbia school district says it will begin locking its schools' outside doors during classtime after protesters opposed to COVID-19 protective measures entered several facilities on Friday.
B.C. willing to help Alberta in COVID-19 battle, but needs hospital space: Horgan

B.C. willing to help Alberta in COVID-19 battle, but needs hospital space: Horgan

VANCOUVER — Premier John Horgan says the province is willing to help Alberta when it comes to battling COVID-19, but the priority is on ensuring hospitals in British Columbia don't become overwhelmed.
A 'China Shock' to home prices: U.S. Federal Reserve study

A 'China Shock' to home prices: U.S. Federal Reserve study

Study used methodology deemed racist by some in Vancouver's housing debate.
B.C. warns of landslide risk during heavy rain over wildfire-scorched areas

B.C. warns of landslide risk during heavy rain over wildfire-scorched areas

LYTTON, B.C. — Heavy rainfall that has increased the risk of landslides caused the B.C. government to announced the closure of a section of the Trans-Canada Highway on Friday.